2 pointsI found this on Haggerty. https://www.hagerty.com/articles-videos/articles/2019/02/14/josephs-garage-is-a-pontiac-dealership
2 pointsInteresting article from Automotive Magazine about the Ride Pontiac Ride ad/commercial of the late 80s. It is more of a music video with Pontiacs. What I found more interesting was the second Pontiac ad from 1990, "As Long as THere are Individuals There Will Be Pontiac" - if only that were true. This ad features a sci-fish theme and a voice over by Jean-Luc himself, Patrick Stewart. I must admit I honestly don't remember this ad at all. https://www.automobilemag.com/news/watch-ride-pontiac-ride-ad-commercial-80s/
1 pointI have a theory and it is just a theory. The return line is coming from the fuel pump. As we all know, it is Pontiac's solution to over pressurization and vapor lock. Therefore it returns excess gas and gas vapor back to the fuel tank. The pinched lined that 360 mentions narrows the flow of this gas/gas vapor back to the fuel tank, slowing its flow back to the tank. This constriction allows the slowed fuel to pick up significantly more ambient heat that it normally would.
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